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"Too many mind. Mind the sword, mind the people watch, mind the enemy, too many mind... No mind."
Did you ever find that part for your Frommer Stop?
Nope. I still need an extractor. :(
That is some sweetness there.
May grandfather was a tax collector in Lebanon County, PA (Amish country). Since he ended up with a lot of cash in the house until the bank opened, he bought himself a Mauser M1910 in .25acp. When he died, we found it in the nightstand, loaded, with the original Mauser manual (in German) and a single box of ammo with 6 rounds missing. What a sweet little pistol. My younger brother got that one.On the subject of vest pocket pistols, it wasn't just the gentlemen on the continent that carried them, I got my great grandpa's S&W Model 1, 2nd issue in 22LR. It's in a very light goatskin holster with a button to secure it inside his vest. He was apparently famous for walking home from work and bringing home a rabbit for the next evening's dinner.
Yay! Arms Room.
Marstar Canada: Frommer Stop (1912) Pistol Parts & Accessories listed as "Sold Out", but, hey, you never know, eh?
You've just got to get you a Walther Model 4 or 4 and a CZ-24 or 27 for this 7.65mm Browning collection you've got going, my darling Tam. It really would just be fab. -Rob
Make that Walther Model 3 or 4. -Rob
Numrich Gun Parts is out of stock as well.Tam, if you have the broken extractor, perhaps you could find a gunsmith that could make you one?
Sadly, it is not broken, but rather absent.
I've got two of those (I lack a Frommer of any sort), and they're neat little pistols. They're fun to shoot, and I keep looking for old additions to my .32ACP accumulation.The sights aren't great, but I'm not out to shoot them at 50 yds. For close-in plinking, they're great!
I like the Frommer Stop. Looks like a paintball gun.
No one could possibly object to being shot with such fine examples of design and craft.
Are there drawings of previously mentioned ejector? I know there are many machinists around. :)
Interesting how much my Deutsche Werke,Ortgies looks like that FN 1910.Glenn Kelley
Maybe you should just pay a gunsmith to make you one?
That Frommer is...oddly fascinating.
It operates on the long-recoil principle, too. It's like a little Browning A5 shotgun in there.
Do you need a period holster for the Browning?I was just screwing around selling crap on eBay when I came across it...
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